British had a bad rep stemming in part from its thriving economy
You might better start with "The
British…" while "It's" kind of dangles. You might replace with eg, "The Isles' " or "their"
and its industrial Revolution in which new technologies, major science and improved advances occurred explain how proud they behave during the Victorian age.
Marie, if you cap "Revolution" you should also cap "Industrial." Otherwise both LC
It's only me but you need a comma after "science" because its lack implies a more special connection between science and advances than between technologies and science, jolting the speed reader
…..while "occurred explain" is sort of awkward. You might try "occurred, explaining"
The rise of the middle class generated a literate new social group and the novel that deals with contemporary problems in the 19th century became very popular.
Likewise need comma after "group" 'cuz jars the speed reader w/ instantaneous reaction that the rise generated both a group and a novel